THE CEMETERY CLUB
10 – 16th March 2019, Churchill Theatre
It sounds a bit heavy to say that every month, 3 Jewish widows visit their husbands’ graves, but this comedy drama is full of good humour. Ida is the home maker type, Lucille imagines that every man is eyeing her up and Doris likes everything to be done properly. The wisecracks are flowing until one day Sam the butcher – a man! – arrives to visit his wife‘s grave and upsets the apple cart. To make matters worse, one day Sam arrives with Mildred!! Despite all this – life goes on.
23 Feb 2019, Churchill Theatre
Helen Hammond’s new one act play explores the strains and stresses experienced by the parents of Joe, a 14 year old autistic boy who is assaulted on his way home from school.
Will the already broken family be able to overcome the challenges ahead? Perhaps Joe can turn the tables and teach his parents how to behave for a change..
Part of the SCDA Eastern Division One Act Competition.
it runs in the family
26th May – 1st June 2019, Churchill Theatre
It Runs In The Family is a faced paced hilarious farce written by Ray Cooney. It’s set in a hospital where a senior doctor mismanages a chaotic series of events on the most important day of his career.